The Uruguayan is sought after as he is seen as the complete puzzle to make AL Ahly the complete force to win the club world cup and other persuits, Pitso is a big admirer of Gaston's ability and has handed the mandated to AL Ahly to get him this player.
But Mamelodi Sundowns is playing hard ball and wants the Egyptians to break the bank to get the player, as they even used Messi as a like term saying any Club who wants Messi will pay for him. The club says that Sirino is the highest rated foreigner in the club and he will released at the amount they require.
Sundowns have employed a smart strategy as they know AL Ahly pride themselves in breaking the bank to get the talent they want, and it seems they also trying to fend away the Egyptians with an inflated transfer bid to walk away the winner from the transfer saga that has Africa watching.
Fans can't wait to see how it pans out, but for Sirino he wants to leave as he has already expressed that, and the club should give him that as he has an explosive temper that could turn things ugly.
Source :Kick off. Com
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